It is really nice to see that graphics design and development become more and more integrated. I was only wondering why Visual studio team didn't attempt to embed the Expression blend Features inside it instead of buying it separately and baring the headache
of working on both IDE's in the same time as Expression Blend doesn't support Intellisense and Visual Studio doesn't have the easy of use panes that exist in Blend
Thanks Amanda for this stunning demonstration. Frankly I can't wait to start developing with the new version of VB, although LINQ seems to be drastic change in the language that requires spending more time on it.
I hope Amanda that there is a chance to demonstrate Interoperability between WPF and windows forms 2.0 as all Microsoft resources concentrates on C# [C]
LabVIEW is based on G-Programming which is totally different from class diagram innovated by Microsoft. LabVIEW uses presentable functions that conncection determines the program flow, whereas Visual Studio Class Diagram is an abstracted level for architects
to sketch the enterprise framework of software that can be automatically converted to the skeleton of classes that developers implement their code in.
Dear Paul, This video was amazing indeed. If it is possbile to demonstrate more about using the INTERFACE in order to get the intellisense of dynamic classes, I would appriciate that. Nice work again to you and Eric, the language genius not geek:D
Using tags to gain more functionality like that was demonstrated is very innovative way to customize the code implementation. I only wonder how to get to know the functionality of the tags demonstrated?:O